ABC News Australia
Police have seized approximately $60 million worth of cannabis from two properties in rural Queensland.
- Eleven people have been arrested following raids at Coonambula and Mount Maria
- Police allegedly seized cannabis plants, dried product and equipment from the sites
- Police say the community was “vital” in assisting with the operation
Officers allegedly found 11 greenhouses containing almost 5,000 cannabis plants, along with dried and drying cannabis, at Coonambula, in the North Burnett region, on July 28.
Drug production equipment was also seized.
Three men from Victoria and a 41-year-old man from the Bundaberg region were charged with drug offences and taken into custody.
They will appear in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court on October 3.